In what is likely to not be good news for those eagerly awaiting these devices, SemiAccurate is reporting that the company that manufactures the 28nm processors for nVidia and Qualcomm recently shut down its production line less than a few weeks ago and is not scheduled to resume until late March. This does not bode well for the handset manufacturers planning on using these 28nm processors in their upcoming devices like the ASUS PadFone, HTC One X and HTC One S that are due to launch in late Spring, though there is no word yet as to the reason for the halt in production.
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